Hammond said a major security threat was from the radicalization of individuals-so-called "lone wolves." He said that the internet had become a source of terrorist inspiration, with much of the propaganda coming from terrorist groups like al-Qaida.
Talking about "state adversaries" Hammond accused Russia of "clear disregard" for the rule of international law.He said that for two decades since the end of the Cold War, Britain and its allies had sought to draw Russia into a rules-based international system but "we now have to accept that those efforts have been rebuffed."
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